It’s time! Are you getting the itch to start thinking about fantasy baseball again? Are ready to take on a new challenge this year and calculate your own rankings or create your own projections? All spreadsheet templates have been updated for the upcoming 2017 season. Take a look at the available books and tools below.
|The Projecting X 2.0 Bundle
***UPDATED for 2017***
The Projecting X 2.0 Bundle comes with Mike Podhorzer’s instructional guide to creating your own baseball projections, as well as an accompanying Excel template to help save you hours and hours of time as you work through the projection process.
The Projecting X 2.0 Excel Template Only
(NOTE: the Excel template requires you to enter certain formulas from the book, Projecting X 2.0. If you purchased the bundle prior to the 2016 season, this is being offered to save you the time of having to manually update the player names, teams, and positions in the spreadsheet in order to start projecting the 2017 season.)
***UPDATED for 2017***
An easy-to-use Excel spreadsheet that can combine (or average) up to three different projection sets. The aggregator can use just about any well known projection set you can find on the web (if you find one that doesn’t work, let me know!). Simply download your favorite projection sets, fill out some settings, and you’re done. No complicated formulas or VLOOKUPS for you to add.
|Using Standings Gain Points to Rank and Value Fantasy Baseball Players
Ever wanted to create your own rotisserie rankings? This is my instructional guide written specifically to show you how to create customized rotisserie player rankings, dollar values, and inflation dollar values, in Microsoft Excel, tailored to your own league. No more downloading rankings from the web, hoping they apply to your unique league. 10, 12, or 15-team league? $260 or $300 budget? AL-only or mixed league? 10 hitters or 14? It doesn’t matter. This book will guide you through the process of developing rankings for just about any kind of rotisserie league.
|How to Rank and Value Fantasy Baseball Players for Points Leagues
My step-by-step guide to building custom rankings, dollar values, and inflation dollar values, in Microsoft Excel, for your points league. This book will guide you through the process of developing rankings for just about any point-based scoring format.